- Karua said they should be ready to last as long as it takes until Kenyans are liberated.
- "Let us be ready to last as long as it takes to free Kenya from the shackles of an illegitimate regime," she tweeted on Monday.
Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua has urged Azimio supporters not to relent as they push President William Ruto's regime to heed their demands.
It followed the onset of the mass action on Monday where the supporters spent the better part of the day in running battles with the police in Nairobi and Nyanza.
"Let us be ready to last as long as it takes to free Kenya from the shackles of an illegitimate regime," she tweeted on Monday.
"Tuko ground," she added.
Her remarks came moments after Azimio leader Raila Odinga announced that they will be conducting mass protests every Monday until their demands are met.
Raila's convoy took a detour from the CBD where it was teargassed by police and drove to Eastleigh where he addressed a mammoth crowd.
On his way there, he made a stopover at the Kamukunji grounds where he made the declaration on weekly protets.
"Tumeanza vita. Kila jumatatu kutakuwa na mgomo. Kutakuwa na maandamano. Vita imeanza haitaisha mpaka wakenya wapate haki yao," Raila said.
(We have started the fight. There will be protests every Monday, there will be demonstrations. The fight has started and it will not end until we get our right)
The Azimio leader was accompanied by Karua and Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka among other Opposition luminaries.
Raila has accused President William Ruto of a myriad of excesses including creation of unnecessary and unconstitutional offices in the public service saying "it is the first time our country is facing a two-tribe regime."
He has also cited tribalization and ethnicization of the civil service, accumulation of legislative, executive and Judiciary powers, electoral deceit and an attempt to singlehandedly reconstitute the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
Of other major concern to Raila and his supporters is the high cost of living and over taxation which they say is killing businesses and impoverishing families.
"This must immediately stop for Kenya to economically recover. For this reason, Ruto must go," Raila said while launching the Movement for Defence of Democracy on March 9.